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  1. All there by my count

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  2. I find the 'dry' brushing paint kind on an amusing concept. Personally I find that the sludge at the bottom of an almost empty (or improperly sealed) paint pot works just fine. Sounds more to me like they're just bottling their sludge...

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  3. So, here's hoping they go into more detail about how to use them, because thats a confusing amount of variety from a basic user standpoint. Hey maybe they'll actually put more effort into supplemental hobby resources, like those ones they took down, but better.

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  4. What are the "technical" paints ?

    Would personally like to see a wider range of primers. However I am pleased GW have done this and offered us much more variety. I switched to Vallejo awhile ago but these may tempt me back despite the lack of dropper bottles.
    I also read somewhere that Vallejo were the manufacturers of this new paint range, can anyone confirm this ?

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  5. "technicals" arent paints i think, rather "tools"

    -liquid greenstuf (self explanatory)
    -(h)ard coat (varnish in a bottle instead of a spray can)
    -imperial primer (self explanatory, sometimes some people prime their models with a brush, but could be for the spray gun!)

    the last one isnt quite clear to me

    - Lahmian Medium

    according to WH-Fantasy-lore the lahmian court was the home to all vampires... still cant make ANYTHING out of it.

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    1. I'm betting it's a thinner that does not water down the pigment. Like the stuff in the recent Eavy Metal set at Christmas.

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    2. I'm praying that it is the same as their old Matt varnish, which was discontinued some time ago. Not only was it useful for dulling a surface down, but as I discovered experimenting one day, Citadel washes are nothing but paint and that stuff!

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  6. yep that sure is paint

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  7. Got new ingo on my blog (it is in spanish, but the most important is in the pics) http://segmentum-solar.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/nuevos-botes-de-las-pinturas-de-gwcon.html

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  8. http://www.games-workshop.com/MEDIA_CustomProductCatalog/m2320032a_Citadel_Conversion_Chart

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